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One step away
June 8, 2024

Texas A&M volleyball vs. Alabama

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The Texas A&M volleyball team took on Alabama Friday evening in Reed Arena.

Texas A&M fell to Alabama Friday evening in Reed Arena 3-2. The Aggies started out strong in the first set, but Alabama came back in the second and third sets. A&M won the fourth set, and Alabama ultimately won the match. 
Next, the Aggies will play at Missouri on Sunday at 1:30 p.m. 

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  • Sophomore setter Camille Conner is one of two players who has started every match this season.

    Photo by Photo by Cassie Stricker
  • The A&M volleyball team is 12-10 overall this season.

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  • Laura “Bird” Kuhn is the sixth head coach in A&M volleyball’s program history.

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  • Junior Hollann Hans recorded 19 kills against Alabama.

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  • The Aggies celebrate in between plays.

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  • Freshman middle blocker London Austin-Roark leads the team with .95 blocks per set in conference matches.

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  • Sophomore Morgan Davis and freshman London Austin-Roark react to a point for the Aggies.

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  • Junior Hollann Hans had two service aces Friday evening.

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  • Sophomore Morgan Davis has appeared in 15 matches this season.

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  • Senior Amy Houser recorded 17 digs.

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  • Freshman Mallory Talbert talks with her teammates during a timeout.

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  • Junior Haley Slocum has appeared in eight matches this season.

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  • Junior Sydnye Fields spent two years at the University of North Carolina before transferring to Texas A&M for the 2018 season.

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  • Freshman Taylor Voss leads her teammates in a yell.

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  • There were 2,079 people in attendance at Friday evening’s match.

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  • Freshman Mylana Byrd made back-to-back kills that gave Alabama a 10-6 lead over the Aggies in the final set.

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  • Alabama players celebrate winning their third five-set match of the season.

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  • The Aggies will return to Reed Arena to take on South Carolina at 5 p.m. on Nov. 9.

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